Salaried GP and Teaching Post, (6 month contract, 4-6 sessions considered)

Are you looking to join a friendly practice within a large forward-thinking PCN? Do you have an interest in teaching and can see yourself supporting medical students in their GP placements? Do you live in Bath, Bristol or Wells?

Harptree and Cameley Surgeries are looking for an enthusiastic and caring GP to join our friendly, well established team for 5-6 sessions a week. We are already fully staffed with 3 GP partners, 2 salaried doctors, an advanced nurse practitioner, pharmacist, visiting paramedic and social prescriber. We are a teaching and training practice and currently have 3 registrars working with us as well as teaching the University of Bristol students years 3-5. We are looking for extra capacity over the next 6 months and for additional support with our medical student teaching sessions.

We offer 15 minute appointments with regular catch up slots and a lunchtime meeting to discuss tricky cases. Our typical template includes seeing 12 patients in a morning and 9 in an afternoon. We have a duty system using accurx triage and we anticipate that a 6 session doctor would do 2-3 sessions of duty per week, triaging cases into allocated slots with other members of the team and doing a handful of calls and face to face appointments themselves.

When supervising medical students, you will be given detailed teaching materials from the University of Bristol, and will review patients seen by the students and be responsible for supervising their consultations and run tutorials directed by the medical school.

The role would be ideal for someone with an interest in education looking to work within a small highly supportive team. If you think this might be you, we’d love to hear from you.

Please contact GP Partner Dr Jim Robinson ( to express interest in the role and arrange an informal chat. Formal applications and requests for a Surgery visit should be sent to our Practice Manager, Melanie Martin at


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By: | 22nd March 2024 | Vacancies